Northwest College of Construction

Fall Protection

Fall Protection

The Fall Protection classes address OSHA standards for the construction industry.  The classes will help to identify and eliminate fall hazards and to prevent falls. These classes prepare you to understand how to put practices into action and to work safely in your environment using the right equipment and making good decisions.  The instruction will also assist employers to outline the roles of the employer and employees to follow safe work practices, how to control exposure to fall hazards, how to recognize the risks and how to deploy appropriate fall protection devices and equipment.

 

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Date: Thr, Fri, Sat 5/2/19-5/4/19 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Location: AGC
Tuition: $750.00 Registration: $.00 Total: $750.00

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This 24-hour course includes in-class, physical demonstrations and practical hands on activities on how to properly select, inspect, install, assemble, and use fall protection equipment. It is designed to meet OSHA and EM-385-1-1-2014 regulations and is mandatory if awarded an Army Corps project.

Training includes inspecting systems prior to use, installation, component compatibility, estimating free all distances, total required clearance, dismantling, storage, and the common hazards associated with each system and component.

Location: AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter, Boardroom, 9450 SW Commerce Circle, Ste 200, Wilsonville, OR, 97070
For More Information Contact AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter at (503) 682-3363.
Fall Protection: New Hire/Initial 24-hour Training

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Date: Fri 6/7/19 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Location: AGC
Tuition: $179.00 Registration: $.00 Total: $179.00

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Fall Protection
OSHA rules require, when applied to fall protection systems, the competent person must have training in, and be knowledgeable about, the use, maintenance, and inspection of protective systems and the requirements of the standard. In addition, the competent person must have the authority to take immediate action if a hazard exists.

Scaffold
This class will cover how to use and inspect scaffolds. It will provide an overview of the scaffold. Training will include the various types of scaffolds, load requirements, hazards in the workplace, falling objects, and worker protection.

This combination course will cover the scaffold and fall protection requirements compliant with OSHA, Oregon, and Washington regulations.

Location: AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter, Boardroom, 9450 SW Commerce Circle, Ste 200, Wilsonville, OR, 97070
For More Information Contact AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter at (503) 682-3363.
Fall Protection: New Hire/Initial 24-hour Training

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$179.00

Date: Sat 7/13/19 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Location: AGC
Tuition: $179.00 Registration: $.00 Total: $179.00

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Fall Protection
OSHA rules require, when applied to fall protection systems, the competent person must have training in, and be knowledgeable about, the use, maintenance, and inspection of protective systems and the requirements of the standard. In addition, the competent person must have the authority to take immediate action if a hazard exists.

Scaffold
This class will cover how to use and inspect scaffolds. It will provide an overview of the scaffold. Training will include the various types of scaffolds, load requirements, hazards in the workplace, falling objects, and worker protection.

This combination course will cover the scaffold and fall protection requirements compliant with OSHA, Oregon, and Washington regulations.

Location: AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter, Boardroom, 9450 SW Commerce Circle, Ste 200, Wilsonville, OR, 97070
For More Information Contact AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter at (503) 682-3363.

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